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`putw'--write a word (int)
int putw(int W, FILE *FP);
`putw' is a function, defined in `stdio.h'. You can use `putw' to
write a word to the file or stream identified by FP. As a side effect,
`putw' advances the file's current position indicator.
RETURNS Zero on success, `EOF' on failure.
`putw' is a remnant of K&R C, it is not part of any ISO C Standard.
`fwrite' should be used instead. In fact, this implementation of
`putw' is based upon `fwrite'.
Supporting OS subroutines required: `fwrite'.
Created Mon Nov 8 17:42:54 2004 on tillpc with info_to_html version 0.9.6.